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July 2011

The Surface and the Insides of the Sino-U.S. Relationship

July 30, 2011 // Zaobao - China - Chinese

Right after Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Michael Mullen left China, the U.S.S began to act against China — first with the delay of U.S. Vice President Biden’s trip to China due to domestic affairs, then with the arrival of three U.S. army warships in Vietnam and the meeting between President Obama and the [Read more]

A Risky “Political Game”

July 30, 2011 // Xinhuanet.com - China - Chinese

U.S. President Obama delivered a national address on the evening of July 25 regarding the negotiation on America’s debt ceiling and warned that the U.S. government is “dangerously close to breaching its debt ceiling”* and that the two parties must make compromises to avoid any consequences of irresponsibility. [Read more]

The War on Debt

July 30, 2011 // El Pais - Colombia - Spanish

The current century began with two fundamental events for the United States: the transition from Clinton to Bush and the violent attacks which took place on Sept. 11 2001. Bill Clinton left an ample surplus, generated above all by a reduction in reckless military spending. The reaction of the military-industrial [Read more]

The U.S. Risks a New Financial Crisis

July 29, 2011 // die Zeit - Germany - German

The United States must raise its debt ceiling in order to settle further invoices. Yet the Republicans and Democrats are at odds. Will Obama soon be bankrupt? The clock ticks relentlessly. If Congress does not act, the U.S. will not be able to pay any more of its bills in the next three weeks. The government must then [Read more]

Indo-U.S. Cooperation

July 29, 2011 // The News - Pakistan

The incidents like banning US military aid to Pakistan and now the Indo-US cooperation are forcing the common people like me to think that the US is again walking away from the problems Pakistan face due to the war on terror.
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